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Lisa

My name is Lisa and I normally am a ‘night writer’ (hence the ‘G/Evening salutation). My normal practice seems to be after the household drifts off to sleep to begin writing…don’t know why. I suppose that might be the only time in my day that I can count on being quiet and alone w/my thoughts.

A quicky snapshot of myself….I’m almost 52 yrs. old (gosh, could it really be?). I have been married to the love of my heart and soul for almost 27. yrs. We have 3 children: Christie is 25 and is engaged to be married this January, Daniel is 23 and graduating as a Computer Programer from college, already gainfully employed (YAY!), and last but ON SO NOT LEAST is our Justin. Justin is 12. Yes, I’m 52 w/a 12 yr old!!! I’m not a grandmother yet, but I think it’s sort of a grandmother ‘feel’ to it raising Justin, as the big kids certainly let me know that I’m easy on him, more relaxed and I get alot of those, ‘You never let US get away w/that…” kind of comments! He’s a joy. He is special in ways I cannot begin to express. God stumbled him straight down from heaven into my arms! There is a back story there, that I will share as God leads me to. Just know that when God does something in your life, he ain’t just-a-kiddin’! Drop everything and take note….somethin’s comin’ and it’s BIG!!!!!

Just wanted to introduce myself and say, WELCOME to our blog. I suspect, that this blog will be not just ‘ours’ but YOURS!!! Please feel free to add, adjust, correct and sometimes get down on the floor and wrestle around w/us!!!! Let’s have some fun here!

Thanks for dropping by and look forward to hearing from you soon!!!!

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    Good evening to you!!! My name is Lisa and I normally am a ‘night writer’ (hence the ‘G/Evening salutation). My normal practice seems to be after the household drifts off to sleep to begin writing…don’t know why. I suppose that might be the only time in my day that I can count on being quiet and alone w/my thoughts.

    A quicky snapshot of myself….I’m almost 52 yrs. old (gosh, could it really be?). I have been married to the love of my heart and soul for almost 27. yrs. We have 3 children: Christie is 25 and is engaged to be married this January, Daniel is 23 and graduating as a Computer Programer from college, already gainfully employed (YAY!), and last but ON SO NOT LEAST is our Justin. Justin is 12. Yes, I’m 52 w/a 12 yr old!!! I’m not a grandmother yet, but I think it’s sort of a grandmother ‘feel’ to it raising Justin, as the big kids certainly let me know that I’m easy on him, more relaxed and I get alot of those, ‘You never let US get away w/that…” kind of comments! He’s a joy. He is special in ways I cannot begin to express. God stumbled him straight down from heaven into my arms! There is a back story there, that I will share as God leads me to. Just know that when God does something in your life, he ain’t just-a-kiddin’! Drop everything and take note….somethin’s comin’ and it’s BIG!!!!!

    Just wanted to introduce myself and say, WELCOME to our blog. I suspect, that this blog will be not just ‘ours’ but YOURS!!! Please feel free to add, adjust, correct and sometimes get down on the floor and wrestle around w/us!!!! Let’s have some fun here!

    Thanks for dropping by and look forward to hearing from you soon!!!!

    Lisa

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    As I’ve immersed myself in some intense reading materials lately, I came across an obvious yet provocative sentiment examining many kinds of tears. There are as many ‘types’ of tears as their are emotions. Okay, we know that. But think about it for a moment. We express tears of joy when touched deeply, tears of sadness come quickly with loss, tears often accompany fear, tears are shed with deep remorse, angry tears come with frustration sometimes. My personal favorite are those times that bring about CLEANSING tears! That’s the type I read about today. Tears are many times a by product of a deep, cleansing of our souls! I guess sort of like a rain shower… tears can refresh and can energize us to move ahead, sort of like a new beginning. Just kind of feels good. So what’s the point? I suppose it’s allow yourself to go have a good cry…it does a heart good!!! Then smiles have room to grow!

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